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Gertrude Jekyll Garden, Holy Island


A modestly sized walled garden, located just north of Lindisfarne Castle, was designed by Gertrude Jekyll - a renowned Arts and Crafts garden designer, writer and artist. The garden was established in 1911 on the site of a vegetable patch, which once provided food for the soldiers of the Castle. Jekyll's friend Edwin Lutyens was remodelling the castle for Edward Hudson at that time, and planned out the geometric paving layout to make the garden seem larger.[1] The original planting scheme by Gertrude Jekyll was restored by the National Trust in 2003.[2]

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Lindisfarne Castle

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Jekell Flowers

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Lindisfarne Castle Garden

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Gertrude Jekyll garden

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Lindisfarne garden and castle

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Garden Shed at Lindisfarne Island

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Pink plants Lindisfarne

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View of The Walled Garden by Gertrude Jekyll from the top of Lindisfarne Castle - Lindisfarne (Holy Island)

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Gertrude Jekyll Garden on Lindisfarne

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Gertrude Jekyll Garden on Lindisfarne

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Plan of Getrrude Jekyll's garden

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Walled garden

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Welcome to the Gertrude Jekyll Garden at Lindisfarne

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A floral patio in the Gertrude Jekyll garden

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Gertrude Jekyll Garden, Lindisfarne

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Lindisfarne Castle Gertrude Jekyll Garden

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Walled Garden

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Gertrude Jekyll's Garden at Lindisfarne

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Lindisfarne Castle and Gardens

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The walled garden at Lindisfarne Castle

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Garden shed on Lindisfarne

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Bug Hotel at Lindisfarne

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Garden entrance at Lindisfarne

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Here Comes The Rain at Lindisfarne Castle Gardens, Holy Island, Northumberland

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The walled garden, Lindisfarne Castle

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Lindisfarne Castle
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Lindisfarne Castle
- Overview Lindisfarne Castle Map Street View   Lindisfarne Castle is a 16th-century castle located on Holy Island, near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England, much altered by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1901. The ...
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The Gertrude Jekyll garden
- "Arts and Crafts garden designer, writer and artist Gertrude Jekyll created this small walled garden in 1911 alongside Edwin Lutyens: it still creates wonderful colour and scent every year....."

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WALLED GARDEN CIRCA 400 YARDS NORTH OF LINDISFARNE CASTLE - List Entry
- "Walled garden. 1906-12 by Gertrude Jekyll for Edward Hudson. Random rubble wall, curved and c.1O ft high round 3 sides. Ramped down on south side to wall c.4 ...

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